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How to Create a Free Form Nail with Fiberglass & Silk Wrap

Backscratchers Salon Systems, Inc. tutorial on how to create a free form nail with the Glass Glaze System.

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Return of the Nail Wrap

As shorter nails trend, many nail techs are using nail wraps as a way to give their clients stability while still maintaining that natural look. And as nail wraps make their way back into the limelight, other creative product uses are emerging as well. 

Foil Remover Wraps

Nouveau Nail Foil Remover Wraps with absorbent pads easily remove gel-polish, gel enhancements, acrylic enhancements, or fabric wraps. 

Holiday Decals

What’s more fun than holiday bling? Create fast, festive nail art with SO Gel Nails’ silver and gold holiday decals.

Retail Boutique: Gift Wrap Items

Keep your clients out of the crowded stores and in your salon this holiday season by selling gift wrap and boxes topped with ribbon and bows.

Kickstarter-funded Nail Wraps

Independent nail wraps brand Scratch needed $6,000 to do a run of three of its latest styles. Founder Chelsea Kent, a web designer with a love of the arts, put the project on crowdfunding site Kickstarter.com. She received a whopping $36,865 in donations.

A Decal Declaration: Nail Art Appliques

Declare yourself a nail artist after using these embellishments intended to inspire creativity. With advanced technology, the decals’ ultra-thin quality allows for product layering, and you can even incorporate them into your own designs. They’re easy to use and a great way to give your clients exciting nail art with reduced service time. Ranging from full-coverage to subtle trimmings, there’s a decal out there for everyone.

Designer Nail Wraps

The Spring 2013 Collection features bright bases with red, black, and yellow spots of sass.

Scratch: Collaboratively Designed Nail Polish Wraps

We found this as a Kickstarter project. It's an up-and-coming brand of nail polish wraps that focus on good design, collaborting with designers, nail artists, and illustrators. If you'd like to donate to the project, visit Scratch's Kickstarter page.

Better Than Tupperware

Nowadays you can sell anything from cosmetics to cookware at small home gatherings — including Jamberry Nails.